soft neurologic sign

soft neurologic sign,

a mild or slight neurologic abnormality that is difficult to detect or interpret.
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Complete neurologic examination, including cranial nerves, motor functions, sensory status, reflexes (including primitive reflexes), and soft neurologic signs.
Patients with Huntington's disease are most likely to consider suicide when soft neurologic signs start to develop but before diagnosis, and then again during initial disease progression, Jane Paulsen, Ph.
He would consider prescribing the drug for a patient with a vague history of brain injury or accident or with soft neurologic signs that are not necessarily documented on an EEG.